Slamming down a phone in frustration is not the only way disgruntled patients and doctors deal with health maintenance organizations these days. They are taking their dissatisfaction to court, where the slam of a judge’s gavel initiates their lawsuits and sends a reverberation through the health care industry.

With increasing frequency, patients find the courts�and state and federal legislators�more receptive to their bringing legal action against health plans.

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